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Where there is wind (there will be dust), a video-essay poem by Jesse Boylan

Jesse Boylan is an artist living on Djaara country in Central Victoria, Australia, interested in expanded documentary practice and the role art plays in environmental ...
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Drought: A challenge to every Australian

Border Morning Mail. 10 October 1944, 2. Transcript: We spill out our wealth and sacrifice young lives to win a war and are joyous over ...
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DROUGHT DESOLATION SEEN ABOUT ALBURY

Border Morning Mail. 26 May 1945, 8. Transcript: DROUGHT DESOLATION SEEN ABOUT ALBURY. Federal Officer Says We May Get More Wheat. When Mr S. Hodgson, ...
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RAINFALL FIGURES DOWN: Lowest For Five Years

Border Morning Mail, March 1938. Transcript: POSITION BECOMES DISTURBING. The first two months of 1938 have produced almost drought conditions and records on the rain ...
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Inigo Jones’s Forecast

  ‘Inigo Jones’s Forecast,’ Wodonga and Towong Sentinel, 26 January 1940, 2. Transcript: In a forecast bulletin issued by Mr Inigo Jones… the prediction is ...
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The Drought

  ‘The Drought,’ Australian Star, 29 April 1902, 6. Transcript: The continued drought has caused the Albury station yard to have quite an animated appearance ...
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